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How can we correct foam urine problem of renal failure stage

2017-06-01 10:12

How can we correct foam urine problem of renal failure stage 3?In general, when the disease developed to the stage 3 of renal failure the patients often suffer a series of symptoms, foam urine is one of them, then what should the patient do to alleviate the renal failure with foam problems? If you Aaso would like to know more about the details, please contact our online doctor.

Before you can relieve the foam, you should know why the patients with chronic kidney disease have foam problems. Only know what the reason for this phenomenon can fundamentally treat it.

If the patient has long-term high blood pressure, diabetes, hereditary diseases, immune diseases, these factors will affect your kidneys, so the kidney inside the filter barrier and electrolyte barrier will have a serious impact. Once these barriers have any problems, a lot of protein will be lost to the urine, foam urine produced.

How should patients have patients with foam urine?

At present, the treatment of foam urine therapy is ACE inhibitors and ARBs, but these can only temporarily alleviate the problem of foam urine, after a period of time, you will suffer the problem of foam urine again, because these treatments can not fundamentally solve the bubble Urine problems.

Since the electrolyte barrier and filter barrier are the main cause of foam urine, we need to pay more attention to repair damaged barriers and restore them to their function. In the tongshantang hospital, provides a natural therapy called immunotherapy for the treatment of patients with foam urine.

Immunotherapy includes accurate diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blockage, immune tolerance, immunomodulation and immunoprotection. If this treatment can help you find the exact cause of foam urine. In this case, treatment can achieve a fundamental solution to the effect of foam urine.


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